Making the right choice for a wireless speaker system can be mind-numbing with the endless choices. Go no further than the Microlab sound system.
Before I opened the Microlab sound system, I read the press release, which describes it as an “audio wireless Bluetooth/NFC 2.1 Subwoofer Speaker System, featuring Microlab’s patented HC2D technology, a powerful subwoofer, and two advanced stereo satellite SQ speakers without enclosures for crystal clear sound without harmonic distortions or vibrations that often happen when speakers are enclosed.”
I can’t say it any better, but to translate that into something understandable – this system rocks the house.
Just like everyone else, I don’t typically read directions. My set consists of getting it in the house (which wasn’t easy, since the box weighed more than 50 pounds), opening it up and turning it on.
It was that easy, but what makes it stand out is the sound. It gets my coveted “wow” factor, which is all you need to know.
The system consists of a white acrylic subwoofer and two futuristic-looking, see-through stereo speakers.
The 8-inch subwoofer with a built-in amplifier gives you just the right amount of bass, or as I often say, “boom boom.”
Your audio source connects via Bluetooth 4.0, or if you are near field communication-compatible, there’s also a direct connection option with a 3.5 mm port.
Microlab is a company that specializes in achieving high-quality audio with no distortion. I instantly knew this one was just that. No distortion, even with its 105 watts of power at head-banging levels.
This is done with the patented HC2D technology, which means it’s made for the highest clarity possible at any distance.
A 360-degree remote control is included and works from anywhere in the room to changing tunes, volume and the bass level.
I’ll also add the system looks great. Details: $450 at www.microlab.com.
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